Lucy is a highly sought-after soloist, backing singer, studio artist, songwriter and vocal coach based in London, UK. She has performed live alongside leading artists such as Florence Welch, Anna Calvi, Elizabeth Fraser, Jade Bird, Jamie Cullum, Kurt Elling, Claire Richards, Mari Wilson, Nigel Kennedy, Heather Small and Rumer. She is trained in both pop and classical vocal styles.
Lucy was a member of the international a cappella group, The Swingle Singers, for three years. With the group, she travelled the world singing in famous concert venues including the iconic Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
Whilst providing backing vocals for Florence & The Machine on their 2015/16 World Tour, Lucy appeared on prime time TV shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, The Graham Norton Show, Later...with Jools Holland and The Ellen Show. In 2015 she performed with the band as the headline act on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.
Lucy regularly records for studio sessions at the world famous Abbey Road and AIR studios and can be heard on numerous Hollywood movie soundtracks, including Avengers: Endgame, Aladdin, Dumbo, Beauty And The Beast, and The Hobbit.
Lucy is currently part of the vocal coaching team for prime time TV show The Voice UK (ITV).
Lucy is available for recording sessions, backing vocals, live tours, vocal coaching and solo work.
Lucy regularly provides vocals for Hollywood film soundtracks, video games, studio albums and live recordings. A selection of which can be seen below.
Lucy sang backing vocals for Jade's debut Radio 1 Live Lounge session earlier in the year, performing a cover of Halsey's 'Without Me'.
Florence And The Machine
Lucy was a backing vocalist for the band on their 2015/16 world tour. She has been lucky enough to headline many of the worlds biggest music festivals including The Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury and Coachella. With the band she played to sold out crowds at the iconic Hollywood Bowl and Red Rock's amphitheatre and performed live for prime time TV on 'Later... With Jools Holland' and 'Saturday Night Live'.
Let's Rock - The Retro Festival
Lucy has provided backing vocals as part of the house band for one of the UK's biggest retro festivals, 'Let's Rock' since 2018. With the band she has worked with artists including Heather Small (M People), Katrina Leskanich (Katrina And The Waves), T'Pau, Cutting Crew, Hugh Cornwell (The Stranglers), Chesney Hawkes, Belinda Carlisle, Blow Monkeys, Johnny Hates Jazz, Tiffany, Toyah, Wendy James (Transvision Vamp), Rozalla, Sonia and Nick Heyward.
Lucy performed at Antony Hegarty's Meltdown with Elizabeth at The Royal Festival Hall. Singing a mixture of Cocteau Twins classics and some of Elizabeth's more recent solo material.
Currently singing backing vocals for this dance-pop sensation turned solo artist, Lucy joined Claire for the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park earlier this year, supporting the legendary Celine Dion. For more info about Claire's debut album 'My Wildest Dreams' and her upcoming live dates click here.
The Swingle Singers
Lucy spent 3 years as a member of this multi Grammy winning a capella group from 2008-2011. With the group she was able to collaborate with Maestro Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra, country music star Vince Gill, jazz legend Kurt Elling, choirmaster Gareth Malone, Jamie Cullum and Rumer to name a few.
Anna Calvi for Burberry LFW
A collaboration between musician and designer, this project took place at The Burberry Makers House in Soho. Performing a cover of Christine And The Queens 'It' and Anna's original song 'Desire' as accompaniment to the reveal of the new Burberry collection.
Having provided backing vocals for Nigel's 'The New Four Seasons' tour of Germany and the UK, Lucy was then asked to perform on his album of the same title which was released under the Sony Classical label.
Lucy is a vocal coach for prime time TV show The Voice UK (ITV) and has previously worked on Let it Shine (BBC) and The Voice Kids UK (ITV).
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